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Ramayana Under Legal Scrutiny

The book is appropriately called "Ramayana Revisited: An Epic Through A Legal Prism". The title was an eye-grabber that drew me into its contents. It is a serious and scholarly piece of work by senior journalist Anil Maheshwari and Vipul Maheshwari, a prominent Supreme Court advocate

CBI: A white elephant?

On October 21, Maharasht...

Ending China’s days of expansionism with the Quad

Coordination between the US and other members of the Quad group is aimed at sending a firm message to China that its aggressive expansionism in the Indo-Pacific region Ladakh, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific is coming to an end.

Tanishq ad controversy: Addition of secular in preamble has left it a tokenism

Declaring India to be “secular” in the Preamble has often had the opposite effect as can be seen from the rude and insensitive behaviour towards the elegant Tanishq ad and has added to growing intolerance.

Covid-19 and masks: Can Mumbai’s penal provisions help contain the virus?

With the pandemic continuing to surge and people walking around unmasked, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has decided to file FIRs under Section 188 of the IPC. Will this curb such callous behaviour?

BOBDE’S BURDEN

Even as the Covid conflagration rages and the nation hurtles towards an economic crisis of unfathomable proportions, controversies surrounding the judiciary continue to compete for the headlines as they have been doing for the last several weeks.

Shaheen Bagh protest: Supreme Court verdict underlines public places can’t be held hostage

The apex court has disapproved of the way in which the Shaheen Bagh protests took place and ruled that such agitations must be in designated areas alone and public spaces cannot be occupied indefinitely.

Dispute resolution: Alternative and pre-litigation processes

A recent appeal in the Supreme Court by the Youth Bar Association of India has suggested that the processes be made mandatory. It said that if implemented these would avoid adding to the huge pendency of cases already existing in courts across the country.

Festivals in masks: Covid-19 likes gatherings too

With the festival season nearing and cinemas and restaurants opening up, the next cycle of the pandemic could be upon us. Just one super-spreader in a large gathering can trigger an explosion of new cases.

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Kerala gold smuggling case: Kerala High Court reserves order on bail for ex-secy Sivasankar

The Kerala High Court reserved its verdict yesterday on the interim bail plea of former secretary in the state's Chief Minister's office, M Shivshankar, in the Kerala gold smuggling case.
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